Friday, October 5, 2012

Review: Freefall

Title: Freefall  

Author: Susan Rae

Publisher: Musa Publishing

Genre: Romantic suspense

Length: 95,000 words

Heat Level: Spicy

Reviewer: Nikki

Review Rating: 4.5 LIGHTNING BOLTS

Blurb:     Freak accident, or attempted murder? Kate needs answers to her brother’s plane crash, but can she trust undercover DEA agent “Spike” Larsen to deliver them?

He felt as if he was falling—freefalling through 15,000 feet—without a parachute.  It was exciting, thrilling—and deadly.  He’d brought Kate up here to protect her, to keep her out of trouble.  He’d told himself he owed that much to Keith.  Now all he wanted to do was take her down into the cabin and ravage her ‘til dawn…

Kate Reynolds’s quest to unravel the mystery of her brother’s plane crash throws her into the turbulent wake of suave pilot/mechanic Everett Larsen. His gray gaze ignites in her a passion as powerful as a jet stream, but it also sparks a memory…

Drawn to Milwaukee by Keith’s cryptic message, Larsen is unprepared for the torrent of emotion he feels when he sees Kate—after his wife’s death, he is afraid to love again. But when Kate gets too close to the truth, he is even more afraid to lose her.

Review: I've been waiting a long time to see another book come out from Susan Rae. I remember Suan's first book, Heartbeats, from years ago. And now with Freefall, I couldn't wait to pick this one up and read it.

While her brother lies in a coma after a plane accident, Kate is left stunned with plenty of questions. Was it really an accident? Is there more to the story? Who is this woman claiming to be her brothers fiancee?  Freefall is a good mystery with romance. The tension picks up from the start and only gets tighter as accidents keep happening. Someone is most definitely trying to keep Kate from the truth.

Then there's Larson, a man determined to get in and work at her brother's company. He's full of himself, and very persistant. But he's got a good resume- and he's got secrets. Larson and Kate are drawn to one another, and as the suspicion rises, so do the temperatures with the pair's attraction growing ever so quickly.

Susan Rae pens another masterful suspense, with twists and turns to keep things running smoothly. You never can tell who you can trust, that's for sure, and I even wondered about the brother's innocence in things.  If you're a fan of suspense, I highly suggest checking out Susan Rae's books

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  1. Thanks for the review - this sounds like a good romantic suspense and something I would enjoy reading

  2. Nikki,

    Thanks for the great review of Freefall. I'm glad you liked it! FYI, I am finishing up my next novel, ICE Blue, which is due out with MUSA in March 2013--so you won't have to wait so long this time!